Answered By: Kate Britt
Last Updated: Apr 12, 2024     Views: 78

Law School Graduates

Most of our electronic resources are authenticated through Shibboleth, meaning your University status determines your access. The University cuts off alumni access at some point after graduation (it is not clear when), and the Library is not able to change this. See the ITS page for graduating students for additional information.

If you are using a computer on campus (e.g., a public terminal in the Grad or the Underground), you will be able to access most proxy based subscription resources (e.g., HeinOnline, Nexis Uni). Some proxy resources are only available using a computer in the Law Library (e.g., West Study Aids, Firsthand fka Vault). These are only available through an ethernet-connected computer or MWireless, not through MGuest.

Lexis, Westlaw, and Bloomberg

See the following FAQ regarding Lexis, Westlaw, and Bloomberg access: https://libanswers.law.umich.edu/faq/221959.

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